Role of a Creative Director: Relax and Head To The Shower
By Eric Bramlett · November 21, 2017 • Rest is important as a response to burnout for obvious reasons — moving too fast with too many projects while overwhelmed with stress, is something that can’t be sustained.
The Role of A Creative Director: Work To Develop People, Leaders
By Stephen Brewster · November 17, 2017 • At the core, creative directors have an eye and a feel for the brand. They also have an understanding behind the art that we are trying to create.
Christmas Production: Setting the Stage for Christmas
By Alex Fuller · November 17, 2017 • Chances are you’ll be the only one to notice slight changes that are made to the set, and the audience will still end up being amazed.
Plotting the Course for Your New Creative Team
By Gregory Kayne · November 16, 2017 • Resist the urge to look longingly at the cool, bigger church down the road, making design or creative decisions at your church, based on what they are cranking out.
Upgrade Planning: Make the Right Choice for the Greatest Impact for the Gospel
By Marcus Hammond · November 10, 2017 • Gear will fail at some point, and churches constantly face the scenario of having to decide between repair versus replace.
Role of A Creative Director: Look to Three Components for Success
By Bradley Hodges · November 9, 2017 • A leader can leave directions, show volunteers exactly what buttons to push at exactly the right moment, but the true test of leadership, is in releasing.
The Role of The Creative Director: From Planner, to Producer and More
By Greg Saffles · November 9, 2017 • It’s one thing to have a brilliant idea, it’s another thing to inspire someone else to have a brilliant idea and to give them a platform to use their creativity.
Churches Are Challenged to Find That Next Valuable Volunteer
By David Erlandson · November 7, 2017 • Each week talented people enter the doors of your church and see "all the musicians you need," properly displayed lyrics, some kind of lighting, and they can hear everything, so they assume you probably do not need them.
Rebuild: What Do You Do When The Church Burns Down?
By Nathan VonMinden · November 6, 2017 • Despite the tragedy of the fire, a great number of friends stepped up to support the church and allow them to continue holding services while the church could move forward and rebuild.
Team Development: Plan for Failure to Achieve Success
By Mike Sokol · November 3, 2017 • The best way to grow as individuals and technicians on your church tech team is through trial and error.
Declare War on Your Church: Planning Upgrades with an Open Mind
By Adrian Gates · November 2, 2017 • The sort of passion and free-thinking determination that resulted in maintaining a webcast in-house were contributing factors to why our church has experienced significant growth in recent years.
Directing Creatives Is Like Herding Cats
By Daniel Beard · November 1, 2017 • As Creative Directors, we must find a way to manage our fellow creators that we serve with but still allow them the freedom to be creative.
Upgrade Planning: Research, Homework and (Of Course) Planning All In the Mix
By Tony Staires · October 31, 2017 • Have realistic expectations of what needs to be improved, purchased, or replaced. Ask yourself, does this piece of equipment help us better achieve our church’s vision?
Audio Mixing Consoles: Account for Skill Levels, Inputs/Outputs, Processing
By Jeff Snyder · October 26, 2017 • The audio desk is the heart of your audio system. If you don’t believe me, think about the last time you had feedback or a dead microphone…
Audio Mixing Consoles: Focus On Budget, Functionality, End User
By Sebashtian Warrick · October 24, 2017 • Functionality is a huge part of what you will spend your time looking at as you decide to upgrade. Just make sure to do your research and plan for the future, not the present.
Latest ResourceWorship Facilities Magazine, November-December 2017
The November-December 2017 issue of Worship Facilities Magazine offers a review of the 49 New Product Award entries this year, as well as those entries up for Solomon Awards in 2017.